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How this works.
Budgeting is not the bee's knees and can be a pain in the keester. To simplify this process, we created vaults, to allot your money into 3 different categories:
...and don't worry, there is no over-drafting.
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Go Halfsies on Rent, the Light Bill, or a Bicycle Built for Two.
Send and request money that goes directly into the assigned vault and avoid the dreaded temptation of overspending.
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